Something else the kids enjoy making as well as eating. The applesauce instead of oil lowers the fat without taking away from the taste. These are very similar to the commercial squares that you buy. My children like these baked at the 30 minute mark, it's more cookie-like. Bake for less time to get a more moist square.
Baked pasta dishes are the best! This one is a little different and really quite easy to make. It's a good way to extend chicken. I got this recipe from a Reader's Digest book called The How-To Book of Healthy Cooking....the title goes on. I wonder if the title comes in a condensed version? lol
This pizza crust is really good and there is no yeast involved! I got this from a local Toronto paper, I can't remember which one. I usually double the recipe so that it's a rectangle and there is lots to go around. Vary the toppings to suit your taste.
Fiddling around and guess what? they all like it lol Good way to get the kids to eat their veggies and not complain (too much) about it. Play around with the vegetables, see what you can get away with.
This is a nice and simple recipe, the most time consuming thing is preparing the apples. The topping is nice and crunchy. Different fruits, such as dried cranberries, raisins, rhubarb or any type of berry could be added for a unique taste.
This is a nice and easy way to serve oatmeal. It's very moist and tasty, even my children love to eat this one. Use other dried fruits for a different taste. This recipe comes from a local Toronto paper, yeeeeears ago.
This meatloaf always comes out moist and tasty, any leftovers can be served on a bun with sauce. It's a great alternative to regular meatloaf with a little bit of sweetness. You don't have to have the sauce with it, it's good on it's own.